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This Week’s To Do List

Cosmo Whyte’s Working Artist Project exhibition Beneath Its Tongue, The Fish Rolls The Hook to sharpen Its Cadence opens this weekend at Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12

Atlanta, GA

*First Day: Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech

High Museum of Art


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14

Asheville, NC

*Opening: Appalachia Now!

Asheville Art Museum / 11 am – 9 pm


Atlanta, GA

*Open Studios

Atlanta Contemporary / 7 – 9 pm


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15

Lexington, KY

Gallery Hop: If I Could Turn Back Time

Morlan Gallery at Transylvania University / 5 – 8 pm


Opening and Performance: Robert Beatty: Place Holder

21c Hotel / 5 -8 pm


Miami, FL

*Screening: El Bautizo (The Baptism)

Nite Owl: Firebird / 10 pm


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16

New Orleans, LA

FORESTival: A Celebration of Art and Nature

A Studio in the Woods / 10 am – 5 pm


Athens, GA

Dodd School of Art: Open Studios

Lamar Dodd School of Art / 2 – 9 pm


Atlanta, GA

*Opening: Cosmo Whyte: Beneath Its Tongue, The Fish Rolls The Hook To sharpen Its Cadence

MOCA GA / 6:30 – 8:30 pm


ONGOING

GEORGIA

Atlanta

Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech / through March 8, 2020

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings / through February 2, 2020

High Museum of Art


*Christina Price Washington: White Balance

Swan Coach House Gallery / through November 7


InstallMINT

MINT / through November 8


Fran O’Neill: Changing Tides

Hathaway Gallery / through November 9


Aura and Invention: Alternative Processes in Photography

Trois Gallery / through November 14


Cut and Paste: Works on Paper

Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, Georgia Tech / through November 14


*Passage

Kai Lin Art / through November 15


Rory Doyle: Delta Hill Riders

Hudgens Center for Art & Learning / through November 23


Nancy Marshall and John McWilliams: Sweet Ride – Low Country Travelers of Charleston County

Atlanta Photography Group / through November 30


ACP Presents: Picturing Justice

Atlanta Legal Aid Society / through November 30


Namwon Choi: Blue Distant

Sandler Hudson Gallery / through November 30


Reckoning with “The Incident”: John Wilson’s Studies for a Lynching Mural

Clark Atlanta University Art Museum / through December 6


Charlie Watts: Hortophillia

Whitespace / through December 7


Brendan John Carroll: Stained Glass and Stucco

{Poem 88} / through December 7


*Mildred Thompson: The Atlanta Years, 1986 – 2003

Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts / through December 7


Form & Function: Shoe Art by Chris Francis

SCAD FASH / through December 8


Lucy Cookson: Liquid Language

Fay Gold Gallery / through December 9


Marcus Kenney: Dreams River

Marcia Wood Gallery / through December 14


*Emma McMillan: Project X

Bryan Graf: Landlines

Coco Hunday Presents

*Wihro Kim: Living Room

Bailey Scieszka: Secret Honor

Atlanta Contemporary / through December 22


Sally Mann

Jackson Fine Art / through December 21


Henri Dauman: Looking Up, Iconic Photography that Defined the 20th Century

The Breman Museum / through December 30


Kate Breakey: Collection

Brickworks Gallery / through December 31


*Ervin A. Johnson: #In Honor: Monoliths

Arnika Dawkins Gallery / through February 7 2020


The Design of Dissent

Museum of Design Atlanta / through February 2, 2020


Athens

Immortal Beloved

Baci from Cortona

Codified Color

*Kiki Kogelnik, Julia Scher, Erika Vogt, Lisa Williamson

Dodd Galleries at University of Georgia / through November 19


Rachel Whiteread

Jane and Harry Willson Sculpture Garden at the Georgia Museum of Art / through March 7, 2020

Augusta

Bojana Ginn: Phygital Muse

Mary S. Byrd Gallery / through December 13


Carrollton

Carrie Ann Baade: Wondering and Wandering

Carrollton Center for the Arts / through December 7


Cartersville

Warhol in the West

The Booth Museum / through December 31


Columbus

*Saya Woolfalk: Augmented Visionary Reality Outpost

The Columbus Museum / through February 2, 2020


Demorest

Mark Knott and Krista Grecco: Flora + Fauna

Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art / through November 14


Kennesaw

Fruitful Labors

Painting Who?

Mortin Galleries at the Zuckerman Museum of Art / through November 10


Marietta

Tori Tinsley and Ally White: The Perpetual Stranger

Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art / through December 15


St. Simons Island

Gregor Turk: Edge of the Continent

Glynn Visual Arts Center / through November 23


Savannah

Summon the Sea!: Contemporary Artists and Moby Dick

Telfair Museums Jepson Center / through February 16, 2020


ALABAMA

Birmingham

Mary Frances Whitfield, Why? / through November 23

*Christina A. West: Unscene / through December 14

UAB Abroms – Engel Institute for the Visual Arts


We Dare Defend Our Rights: The Gun Show

Space One Eleven / through December 31


*Celestia Morgan: REDLINE

Birmingham Museum of Art / through February 16, 2020


Tuscaloosa

Jerry Siegel: Stompin’ Grounds: Photographs of the Black Belt

The AU Gallery at The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center / through January 17, 2020


ARKANSAS

Bentonville, AR

*A Walk in the Woods

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / through March 10, 2020


FLORDIA

Tampa

Robert Rauschenberg: America Mix-16

Tampa Museum of Art / through January 5, 2020


St. Petersburg

Jennifer Angus: The Grasshopper and the Ant

Museum of Fine Arts / through January 5, 2020


KENTUCKY

Lexington

*Tanya Amyx Berry: For the Hog Killing, 1979

Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center / through November 9


*Bethany Collins: Benediction

Joan Snyder, Judy Ledgerwood, Crystal Gregory: Interwoven

Laura Letinsky: Recent Works

UK Art Museum / through December 8


LOUISIANA

New Orleans

*The American Dream Denied: The New Orleans Residents of Gordon Plaza Seek Relocation

*LaToya Ruby Frazier: Flint is Family

Newcomb Art Museum, Tulane University / through December 14


Tina Freeman: Lamentations

New Orleans Museum of Art / through March 8, 2020


*Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires / through June 14, 2020

*Material Life x Femmes Noires: Femmes Féroces / through June 14, 2020

*Akosue Adoma Owusu: Welcome to the Jungle / through February 2, 2020

*Meg Turner: Here and Now / through April 12, 2020

New Orleans Airlift: From New Water Music / through February 2, 2020

Contemporary Arts Center


Baton Rouge

*Destination: Latin America

LSU Museum of Art / through February 9, 2020


MISSISSIPPI

Jackson

*Nick Cave: Feat.

Mississippi Museum of Art / through February 16, 2020


NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville

*Stacy Kranitz: As it Was Give(n) to Me

Tracey Morgan Gallery / through December 7


*VanDerBeek + VanDerBeek

Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center / through January 4, 2020


Chapel Hill

Intergalactic Soul: Project LHAXX / through June 28, 2020

She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World / through December 1

Ackland Art Museum at UNC Chapel Hill


Charlotte

Clare Rojas: Shifted Horizons

SOCO Gallery / through November 8


Raleigh

¡Viva Viclas!: The Art of the Lowrider Motorcycle

CAM Raleigh / through February 9, 2020


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

*Katrina Andry: Over There and Here Is Me and Me

Colin Quashie: Linked

Halsey Institute Galleries at the College of Charleston / through December 7


Greenville

*In Front of Your Eyes: Hannah Cole, Jodi Hays & Celia Reisman

Tiger Strikes Asteroid / through November 27


TENNESSEE

Nashville

Daniel Holland: lesser gods

Red Arrow Gallery / through November 28


Carolina Cleere: Critical Distance

Unrequited Leisure / through November 30


Omari Booker: Red Line

Channel to Channel / through December 14


*Symbols and Archetypes: Two Millennia of Recurring Visions in Art

Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery / through December 14


Brady Haston: Flipped

Jiha Moon: Noface Land

Zeitgeist / through December 21


Catherine Erb: Look Up

David Lusk Gallery / through December 23


Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists

OSGEMEOS: In Between

Frist Art Museum / through January 12


Memphis

*Tree of Life

TOPS Gallery / through December 21


Terry Lynn: New Work

Carroll Todd: Earth and Water

David Lusk Gallery / through November 16


VIRGINIA

Norfolk

*John Akomfrah: Tropikos / through January 5, 2020

Thomas Jefferson, Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles, and the Conflict of Ideals / through January 19, 2020

Chrysler Museum of Art


Roanoke

Gibby Waitzkin: The Truth Continuum

Richard Wetherill Visual Arts Center / through December 8


Pop Power from Warhol to Koons

Taubman Museum of Art / through March 8, 2020


Richmond

*Great Force

ICA at VCU / through January 5, 2020


Edward Hooper and the American Hotel

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts / through February 23, 2020


Reston

*Nate Larson: Centroid Towns: Like a Passing Shadow / through January 4, 2020

Maremi Andreozzi: Hidden Histories / through January 7, 2020

Greater Reston Arts Center

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